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Useful Windows Shortcut Trick
This could be very useful.
Create a new shortcut.
Under the command line, type in mailto:email@example.com.
Give it an appropriate name such as SilkTest Help. Now, the next time you click on the mail link, your e-mail program will launch and you will have a mail - with the e-mail address already typed, ready to be sent.
If you want to send mail to more than just one recipient, type in mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org;email@example.com . Instead of just sending the mail to one person, you will now be sending it to 2 people. But still some of you ask how to pre-set the subject of the mail as well. Just like HTML mailtos, type in mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=SilkTest Problems. Quite simple isn't it?
And you can also use carbon copy: mailto:email@example.com?cc=mycolleague@mycompany. com or blind carbon copy: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com. Here's something to really interest you. You can define the body or contents of the mail itself other than just the subject and recipients like this: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?body=I have a slight problem here
You can string arguments together with the "&" character like this: mailto:email@example.com?subject=SilkTest Problems &firstname.lastname@example.org&body=Body.
The only drawback here is like any other shortcuts, you are only allowed 255 characters in the command line. Use them wisely.
John W Green